SHURE MODEL 578 'OMNIDYNE' VINTAGE OMNIDIRECTIONAL DYNAMIC MIC WITH XLR CONNECTO

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good cosmetic condition (no visible model designation), perfect working condition, XLR connector, no cable, case, manual or clip included.
The Shure Model 578 Omnidyne is a slender dynamic microphone designed to provide wide-range reproduction of music and voice. This omni-directional microphone is ideal for high-quality public address, theater-stage sound systems, and recording applica­tions. It is also recommended for interview type use where “hand-a-bility” of the micro­phone is important.

Microphone Features:

    Uniform frequency response from 50 to 15,000 Hz

    Slender design, light weight

    Versatility—for use in the hand or on a stand—for use indoors or outdoors

    Dependability under all operating conditions

    Ruggedness—will operate for years without deviation from original standards

Specifications

    Type: Dynamic.

    Frequency Response: 50 to 15,000 Hz

    Polar Pattern: Omni-directional.

    Output Level (at 1,000 Hz): Low Impedance Open Circuit Voltage = –80.0 dB* (.1 mV). Power Level = –60.0 dB**. High Impedance Open Circuit Voltage = –59.0 dB (1.12 mV). *0 dB = 1 volt per microbar. **0 dB = 1 milliwatt per 10 microbars.

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